Incorporation (Provincial or Federal)
Corporate Lawyers at DeRusha Law Firm can assist you to understand the advantages and disadvantages of incorporating your business.
Prior to registering your business, you must select a name for the corporation, and draft Articles of Incorporation, and the Corporate Lawyers at DeRusha Law Firm are here to assist you with this process.
You have two options in regards to the name of your business. First, you can simply use the corporate number assigned by the Ministry of Government and Consumer Services. Second, you can choose and register a name of your choice.
Prior to registering a name, you must ensure that the name is not registered by another corporation. The Corporate Lawyers at DeRusha Law Firm can assist you in conducting a search, and registering your desired business name.
Articles of Incorporation
Corporate Lawyers at DeRusha Law Firm can assist you in drafting the Articles of Incorporation. This is a document that sets out the essential information about the structure of the corporation (i.e. number of directors, classes of shares, etc.).
Federal or Provincial Incorporation
You have to decide whether you want to incorporate the corporation federally or provincially. If the business will be located and operating in more than one province or in foreign countries, Corporate Lawyers at DeRusha Law Firm can assist you in registering your business federally. You will be enabled to operate in all provinces in Canada.
On the other hand, if your business will be operating in Ontario, we will be able to assist you in incorporating your business provincially.